Tra for Tuesday: Bananas

One of these days I’m gonna post exactly what what goes down the first time around without fixing the many typos that proliferate from typing in WordPress on my phone’s tiny keypad. 

As it is now, each time I type I feel I have a one-in-three chance of hitting the letter I wanted. 

I’ll bet you’d never guess but this is actually supposed to be a post about tea (and on Tuesday) — Tea for Tuesday. But I made one typo then another and another and, combined with autocorrect, pretty soon the topic completely changed. 

It’s like 100 monkeys in a room with 100 typewriters. Something’s bound to happen but not what I planned. My fingers are the money’s, wait, see … My fingers are the m-o-n-k-e-y-s, monkeys.

Somebody needs to give my them a bandana, no a banana. No, that wouldn’t help either. 

Wait, I know what I want.

Perhaps you’ve seen spikes or horns? Some people have objects surgically implanted under their skin. (Do they find tattoos and piercings too blasé or mainstream?) Either way, useless fluff!

I want a stylus tip implanted in my finger! If that goes well, maybe I’ll do all ten. (Actually, maybe three or four would be good — thumbs and index finger. See, I’ve put some thought into this.)

Release the monkeys!

(I’ll drink more tea and write about it again soon, maybe even on a Tuesday.)


3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Damyanti Biswas
    Mar 17, 2016 @ 02:01:08

    I want that stylus tip too! And I want my phone to stop autocorrecting me!


  2. alightningbug
    Jun 04, 2016 @ 08:23:17

    So just following up. The one I linked to, above, is by Idea Incubator and is a ring stylus that fits on a finger tip. It’s not really something that you might wear like jewelry and then use for a stylus. More like keep it on a key ring and then put it on when you want a stylus. It has a flexible ring and a round puff ball of material that works on a touch screen. The round puff ball is the same kind of stuff you’ll find on the tip of nearly all pen-type touch-screen styluses. It’s not super sensitive. I have to put some pressure on it to make it work. Plus I find that the puff-ball of material isn’t in the ideal place for how I normally like to hold my finger when using a touch screen. It works but I wasn’t thrilled with it either. Then I promptly lost one of the two that came in an order. I ordered a different one from TAPTOOL too and I might like that one better even though it looks like some kind of creepy insect or bondage material.


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